- Warning: The contents of the video may traumetize the following but aren't limited to;
1) fans of Christopher Sieber, 2) fans of John Tartaglia, 3) fans of Johnny and the Sprites, 4) fans of Wicked (you will NEVER look at Elphaba the same way again!), and 5) anyone whose favorite color is green (personally, I have always hated the color). Mental scarring may be inevitable*
Hi! I am SO sorry that I haven't posted anything in a while. I was gonna post this earlier, but it's taken me FOREVER to get the necessary clips! Anyway, this is one of the many songs from the show Johnny and the Sprites. Basically, Mr. Make-a-Mess Troll (try saying THAT five times fast!) has been trashing Johnny's house, and it's Root's birthday. So Sage gives Johnny a special instrument (I think it's called a Trollenetto, or something like that) that can control the Troll. Featuring Chris Sieber as Mr. Make-a-Mess Troll (he is WAY cuter without the green!), here's the song Follow Me!
Normally, considering the content of the video (a cute guy making himself look like a COMPLETE idiot), I wouldn't post it. But the video helps to mark a very special day coming in a few months: the Broadway opening of Shrek the Musical! Broadway fans all over the world will soon be both celebrating and, possibly, mourning. Celebrating because: 1) John Tartaglia is returning to Broadway (he's playing Pinocchio), and 2) this will be the first musical Johnny and Chris do together (they are SO cute together when neither of them is green!), and mourning because: 1) the second Sutton Foster leaves the show (she's playing Fiona), they're gonna close (she is SUCH a jinx!), and 2) Poor Chris will probably need knee surgery when he's done with the show (blame the director; he's the one who decided to cast a 6'2" hottie as Farquaad, the son of Grumpy). Still, the show promises to be far better than expected. Anyway, enjoy the video, and don't hesistate to rate and comment!
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"Follow Me" is a song from the Johnny and the Sprites episode "Johnny's Troll Trouble." It is...